Our placeshaping ethics is based on custodianship, not ownership. We strive to conserve, improve and celebrate the places entrusted to us for all living beings.
Unique attributes and desired future characteristics of places inspire and guide our design thinking.
To enhance the quantitative conditions and experiential qualities of places, we deeply examine and digitally map the environmental effects of our proposal.
We lead design processes with a collaborative spirit. We coordinate and integrate the work of multiple disciplines to develop robust, sensitive, evidence-based designs.
Equipped with a deep understanding of the forces that shape environmental change, we draw on the wisdom of Traditional Custodians and their knowledge in planning, urban design, architecture, landscape architecture, engineering, finance, development, politics and the media to guide design aspirations.
Examples of placeshaping projects by Tzannes include Central Park, Darling Square, Opera Residences and Martin Place Metro Precinct.